What is it and how do you use it?
A TFI Leap Card is a prepaid travel card that is the easiest way to pay your fare on public transport around Kerry. It is valid on our list of services outlined below. It is more convenient because you don’t have to carry cash and it can save you money because fares are usually up to 30% less than cash single tickets.
Where to buy a Leap Card?
How does it work?
Using your TFI Leap Card couldn’t be easier. Buy a card online or in-store, top it up with travel credit or a ticket and away you go.
How does it apply to TFI Local Link Kerry services?
TFI Local Link has expanded its fare payment options to allow passengers pay with their TFI Leap Card or TFI Go App on eligible services. Using these options offers convenience and savings of up to 30% compared to cash.
For more information about TFI Go App please visit: https://www.locallinkkerry.ie/tfi-go-app-info/
Free Travel Pass and Cash are also accepted and children under 5 years travel for free.
What TFI Local Link Kerry services does the Leap Card apply to?
🔺 Route 274 Tarbert – Ballylongford – Asdee – Ballybunion – Ballyduff – Causeway – Ballyheigue – Ardfert – Tralee
🔺 Route 277 Dingle Daingean Uí Chúis – Fionn Trá / Ventry – Baile an Fheirtéaraigh / Ballyferriter – Dún Chaoin / Dunquin
🔺 Route 280 Waterville – Cahersiveen – Glenbeigh – Killorglin – Beaufort – Fossa – Killarney
🔺 Route 281 Waterville – Caherdaniel – Castlecove – Sneem – Kenmare
🔺 Route 283 Currow – Currans – Kerry Airport – Farranfore – Tralee
🔺 Route 285 Cahersiveen – Waterville
🔺 Route 287a Valentia Island – Portmagee – Caherciveen
🔺 Route 287b Dromid – Ballinskelligs – Caherciveen
🔺 R73 Dingle Daingean Uí Chúis – Gallaras / Gallarus – An Mhuiríoch / Murreagh – An Fheothanach / Feohanagh – Baile na nGall / Ballydavid
🔺 R74 Dingle Daingean Uí Chúis – Lios Póil / Lispole – Annascaul